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    An_256425 posted:
    My legs keep me awake at night. They burn & I can fee the nerves moving. If I get up for a few minutes it goes away until I lay down. Also very bothersome is my heart waking me up beating so hard, but slowly, it shakes my chest. I have to get up about every 2 or 3 hrs.to stop all the symptoms
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    debs_bears responded:
    Sounds like you need to go see your doctor. It could be a few different things only on at one time - we are not doctors so we can not diagnose you.
    May the Blessings of the Lord be with you always. If you want to know more about me press on my picture. Debbie


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